News Sentai Filmworks Reveals Phi Brain Dub Cast
posted on 2013-02-15 15:35 EST
North American anime licensing company Sentai Filmworks revealed the English dub cast on Friday for its release of the Phi-Brain: Puzzle of God television anime series. The dub cast is as follows:
Kaito Daimon — David Wald
Nonoha Itou — Luci Christian
Gammon Sakanoue — Christopher Patton
Cubik Galois — Shannon Emerick
Ana Gram — Brittney Karbowski
Souji Jikukawa — Blake Shepard
Rook Banjo Crossfield — Greg Ayres
Bishop — John Gremillion
Tamaki Chieno — Carli Mosier
Airi Mizutani — Cynthia Martinez
Naoki Takeda — Clint Bickham
Yuichi Aizawa — Kyle Colby Jones
Funga — Christopher Ayres
Maze — Allison Sumrall
Diceman — Eric Opella
Youngster X — H.K. Huangh
Baron Kaidou — Jay Hickman
Erena Himekawa — Shelley Calene-Black
Herbert Müller — Illich Guardiola
Additionally, Kyle Colby Jones will be directing the dub.
Sunrise's school adventure story revolves around Kaito, a puzzle-loving freshman at the private high school named "Root Academy." He is selected as a candidate for "Phi Brain" for his extraordinary mental skills. One day, he and his childhood friend Nonoha tackle the "unsolvable puzzle" hidden in the underground ruins near the school. They are guided by the mobile device given to Kaito by the student council president.
The puzzle is the "philosopher's puzzle," a life-threatening creation of a mysterious intelligence group known as "POG." When he defeats the puzzle, he is designated as a "Solver." Together with Nonoha and other Solvers, Kaito battles POG at "philosopher's puzzles" all over the world.
Junichi Sato (Kaleido Star, Princess Tutu, Tamayura) directed the series off scripts supervised by Mayori Sekijima (Saber Marionette J, Star Ocean EX, Jyūshin Enbu - Hero Tales). Hajime Yatate, the collective penname for the creative staff at Sunrise, is credited with the original story.
Sentai Filmworks will release both the first and second seasons of the series in North America. The Anime Network streamed both seasons online. Sentai Filmworks and Section23 Films will release the first collection of the first season on DVD and Blu-ray Disc on March 26.
Image © Sunrise/NHK, NEP